agent[ ey-juhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF agent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGENT
The proper business of an ‘agent provocateur’ is to provoke.
He and his agent, the Hon. Amos Kendall, determined to rely on private enterprise.
Otherwise the agent will soon put an end to the Association.
How they had employed John Chivery as their sole clerk and agent, seeing to whom he was devoted.
The agent of their master applied to a law firm in Cleveland for assistance.
The agent was for the moment dickering in re two pounds of sugar.
The agent heard him placidly, as one who listens to a curious tale.
Then, with an added violence, he came to his final charge of the agent himself.
Entered history at an early date as the agent for the Garden of Eden.
Would it not be a good idea for you to appoint me your 'London agent?'